how to say “she will” in Hebrew
Modern Hebrew’s future tense works with verbs.
He will call.
She’ll speak with him.
But there’s also a special word for will (do) – a bit more literary than what you’d use in the average conversation, but still good to know. The word is actually the word for future – עתיד in the masculine and עתידה in the feminine, and refers to a time sometime in the future.
She will come for a visit (sometime).
They will (end up) profiting from the deal.
Note that עתיד is not a real verb, so it doesn’t conjugate as verbs do.